In an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, the Noncredit Counseling department will be serving the noncredit students from Santa Maria, Lompoc, and Santa Ynez Valley remotely.
Our team is available to serve you through various remote methods. We are able to assist you via telephone, email, online chat, and/or video-conferencing. We encourage you to find a method that fits your needs.
We know this is a time of uncertainty and concern for many of you, and we want to reassure you that although we may not be able to offer in-person services at this time, we will continue to be available to assist you.
Our team is committed to continue offering excellent services while also protecting the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff, and community. We thank you and appreciate your flexibility and understanding as we navigate through these challenging times. Please stay healthy!
Need an Appointment?
Please call at any of the Noncredit Counseling office extensions:
- Santa Maria campus office (805) 922-6966 ext. 3740
- Lompoc Valley Center office (805) 922-6966 ext. 5178
- Santa Ynez Valley Center office (805) 922-6966 ext. 6604
*Note: Our team will be returning your phone call from an off campus phone number. A counselor/staff member may call you from a blocked or unknown number.
Prefer to Email your Question?
Please email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. We encourage you to use your Hancock email account if you have one. If you prefer to send an email to one of our team members, see below for their email addresses.
Mayra Morales, Professor of Counseling/Faculty Counselor
Dayana Zepeda, Associate Professor of Counseling/Faculty Counselor
Lucerito Salgado, Noncredit Counseling Coordinator
Noncredit Counseling Peer Advisors
Have a Quick Question?
Our team is available to answer your quick questions. You can speak to any of our team members by using the Cranium Cafe online chat. Please click the link below.
Welcome to Noncredit Counseling!
The mission of the Noncredit Counseling department is to help students enrolled in adult basic education, noncredit English as a Second Language, citizenship, and short-term vocational skills classes to navigate the educational systems of the college from admission until students reach their educational goals.